How Do You Confront The Person That Stole Your Car?

Earlier this week, car crime struck home when our own Jason Torchinsky had his beloved VW Beetle stolen from right outside his house. How would you react to meeting the person that took one of your most prized possessions?

As you'd expect, the mood here around the Jalop HQ is a bit morose with the sudden disappearance of a car that is part of the family. Big thanks to all of you that have helped spread the word about the missing Beetle.

Commenter Sam G. might not have found the car yet, but he has a pretty good idea of what to do when he's found:

Hey Torch. I'm fairly new around here, and I'm going to be honest with you. Compared to most of the active folks on the site, I don't know much about cars. I can't tell a car's model year by looking at it. I get Jettas and Passats confused. I don't know how to drive stick (though I plan on buying my first car manual, and just going for it). I'm not that experienced in these types of situations, so I have little in the way of suggestions. And even if I did, I'm here in Chicago, miles and miles away.

Here's what I do know. I work out. I've been in local pro wrestling shows.

I can punch people in the face pretty hard.

So, you know, find the dudes that did this to you. I'll suplex them or something, make a GIF, and post it on Oppo.

Thanks Sam. We're looking forward to you posting that GIF in Oppo.